NN

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See also: nn, nn., nN, N.N., n̄ʻn̄, and -nn

English[edit]

Noun[edit]

NN

  1. nomen nescio
    • 1996, Janet H. Johnson, ed. Hans Dieter Betz, The Greek Magical Papyri in Translation, Including the Demotic Spells, Second Edition, Volume One: Texts, page 217, PDM xiv. 366–75:
      The fury of every god and every goddess, the great living one, lalat / ’bareshak eye of Ethiopia be cast upon NN, the son of NN, and NN, the daughter of NN.
  2. Noon, see Google search for "12 NN" for examples
  3. net neutrality, network neutrality

Prefix[edit]

NN

  1. (astronomy) the prefix of catalog entries in the Gliese star catalog, the expansion called the Preliminary Version of the Third Catalogue of Nearby Stars

Phrase[edit]

NN

  1. (Internet) Not now
  2. No name, an unreleased song without an official title
  3. (Internet) Night night
  4. (video games) Nice nade
  5. (Internet) Netscape Navigator, a former web browser

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German[edit]

Initialism[edit]

NN

  1. Normalnull

Swedish[edit]

Initialism[edit]

NN

  1. an anonymous person, from Latin nomen nescio ('I do not know the name')

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